PROPHETIC: HEAR ATTENTIVELY! THE LORD SPEAKS FROM HIS WORD, IN ORDER TO CLARIFY TO YOU PROPHETIC EVENTS. ALSO, THE LORD TELLS, THROUGH HIS WORD, WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN WITH THE MOCKERS!
Published on Nov 3, 2013 by yrd19
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Hello, very welcome! On October 31st, 2013, a messenger angel of God brought on the following prophetic message of God, word for word to end-time Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.
Shalom! I greet you in the wonderful name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Isa, Jesus Christ.
Verily, verily, I tell you, Hear attentively!
Wisdom 4, verse 7 to 20 Righteous people, however, will find rest, even if they die young. We honor old age, but not just because a person has lived a long time. Wisdom and righteousness are signs of the maturity that should come with old age.
Once there was a man named Enoch who pleased God, and God loved him. While Enoch was still living among sinners, God took him away, so that evil and falsehood could not corrupt his mind and soul. We all know that people can be so fascinated by evil that they cannot recognize what is good even when they are looking right at it. Innocent people can be so corrupted with desire that they can think of nothing but what they want. This man Enoch achieved in a few years’ time a perfection that other people could never attain in a complete lifetime. The Lord was pleased with Enoch’s life and quickly took him out of this wicked world. People were aware of his departure but didn’t understand. They never seemed to learn the lesson that God is kind and merciful to his own people; he protects those whom he has chosen.
Even when righteous people are dead and gone, they put to shame the wicked people who live on after them. In their old age the wicked will be disgraced by young people who have already achieved perfection. The wise may die young, but the wicked will never understand that this is the Lord’s way of taking them off to safety. They make light of a wise person’s death, but the Lord will soon be laughing at them. When they die, they will not be given an honorable burial. Even the dead will hold them in scorn and disgust forever. God will throw them to the ground and make them speechless. Like buildings shaken from their foundations, they will be reduced to piles of ruins. They will be in torment. People will soon forget all about them. They will come in fear to the Judgment, where their sins will be counted; they will stand condemned by their own lawless actions.
Read aloud: Wisdom 5, verse 1 to 9 Here it is written: On that day someone righteous, full of confidence, will stand before those who oppressed him and made light of his labors. They will be amazed to see him safe and will tremble with terrible fear. Then they will regret what they did, and groaning in anguish they will say to each other: “This is the one we made fun of. We thought he was a joke. What fools we were! We thought he was crazy to live the way he did, and when he died, we didn’t honor him. And now here he is, one of God’s own children, with a place of his own among God’s people. We were the ones who wandered off the right road. We never lived in the light of righteousness; we never caught the first glimmer of its light. All our lives we wandered across unmarked deserts, instead of following the road which the Lord wanted us to travel. And this lawlessness led us to ruin. We were so proud of ourselves — we bragged about how rich we were — and now, what good has it done us? All those things are gone now; they have disappeared like a shadow, like something you hear and then forget.”
And also read verse 15 to 23 Here it is written: But the righteous live on forever. The Lord will reward them; the Most High will protect them. He will give them royal splendor and a magnificent crown. He will shield them with his powerful arm. He will go out into battle determined to defeat his enemies, and use the creation itself as a weapon. Righteousness will be his armor, genuine justice will be his helmet, holiness will be his invincible shield. He will sharpen his stern anger into a sword, and the forces of nature will join him in battle against those who are foolish enough to oppose him. Bolts of lightning will strike right on target, as if the Lord had made a bow out of the clouds and was shooting arrows. Hailstones will beat down on his enemies with terrible force. The oceans and rivers will come rushing over them in a devastating flood. Great windstorms will blow them away like straw. Lawlessness will be the ruin of the whole world. Evil actions will cause governments to fall.
The messenger angel of God spoke further,
My name is Remiacha, a messenger angel of God, and I’m going now, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom! spoke the messenger angel of God, and disappeared.
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